Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR – Tai Po Music and Arts Carnival
A series of programmes of music and arts will be launched, including variety arts performance rendered by district organizations and arts organizations, art booths, instant photo-taking with ponies and a night concert performed by famous singers of different eras. 7 Food Trucks under the Food Truck Pilot Scheme and speciality food stalls by social enterprises will also be operated at the event to share the joy of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR with the community.
The programme is an outdoor event and admission is free.
An outdoor carnival offering stage performances and off-stage entertainment from day to night.
Free Bus Service:
- First bus departure time to Tai Po Waterfront Park：1:30 pm.
- Last bus departure time from Tai Po Waterfront Park：11:15 pm.
1. Tai Po Community Center (Basketball Court) → Li Fook Lam Indoor Sports Centre → Fu Shin Estate (Roundabout) → Tai Po Waterfront Park (Dai Fat Street).
2. Tai Po Market MTR Station (Uptown Plaza Coach Drop-off Area) → Kwong Fuk Community Health Centre (Kwong Yan House, Kwong Fuk Estate) → Tai Po Waterfront Park (Dai Fat Street).
3. Tai Wo Estate (near telephone kiosk outside McDonald’s) → Fu Heng Estate (near the footbridge at Ting Kok Road) → Tai Po Waterfront Park (Dai Fat Street).
Note: Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. Free shuttle bus service will be provided from 1:30 pm to 11:15 pm to serve between places in Tai Po District and Tai Po Waterfront Park.
Credit: Image of Tai Po Waterfront Park
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Dai Hei St, Tai Po, Hong Kong
How to get there?
The Park is accessible by KMB Bus routes 72A, 73, 73X, 75X, 271, 275R, 74K, 75K, 71K, 71S and MTR Feeder Bus route K17. Members of the public can also reach the Park by a 30-minute walk from the Tai Po Market MTR Station. Visiting groups which take tour buses should contact the Park Office for boarding and alighting arrangements prior to the date of visit.
Visitors who drive to the Tai Po Waterfront Park may use the fee-paying public car park operated by a private contractor at Dai Wah Street or the on-street metered parking spaces in the vicinity of the main entrances and exits of the Park (near Dai Hei Street and Dai King Street) that are managed by the Transport Department. Persons with disabilities who require assistance in parking may contact the Park office. Staff will provide assistance as far as possible subject to circumstances.